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All these files are almost certainly violations of no-FoP for Italy.
More than 1300 files proposed and almost 300 cases of violation...
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Files of Raffaello FagnoniEdit

Sorry, but these buildings of Raffaello Fagnoni (died 4 May 1966) are too recent and Italy has no FOP exemption (for exterior and interior).

  Delete per Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome).

Files in Category:Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia (Florence)Edit

Files in Category:Casa del Fascio (Florence)Edit

Files in Category:Scuola di Guerra Aerea (Florence)Edit

Files in Category:Scuola di Guerra Aerea (Florence) - Palazzina ItaliaEdit

Even if the furniture was created by Fagnoni it's design, it can stay anyway. --Sailko (talk) 22:20, 27 November 2012 (UTC)
No because they are covered by Italian copyright anyway. Raoli ✉ (talk) 22:42, 27 November 2012 (UTC)
You are right for this reason. Raoli ✉ (talk) 23:19, 27 November 2012 (UTC)
COM:DW#Isn't every product copyrighted by someone? What about cars? Or kitchen chairs? My computer case? is flawed and US-centric. Items such as furniture are copyrighted in some countries but not in other countries. For example, this particular chair was found to be protected by copyright in Sweden by a Swedish court. COM:FOP#Sweden furthermore requires works (except buildings) to be permanently installed (which can hardly be argued for this chair), so the photo of the chair may need to be deleted. I don't know if furniture is protected by copyright in Italy or not. --Stefan4 (talk) 14:03, 3 December 2012 (UTC)
Not all furniture is protected by copyright in Italy, only those that are not patented and have their own creativity. The standard actually says that are considered artworks (ie copyrighted) all the creations which have a minimum of originality of the author. The standard is very vague, but my lawyer is trying to clarify them. Unfortunately, it will take time because I have to translate everything into English. Raoli ✉ (talk) 17:08, 3 December 2012 (UTC)
A chair considered artwork: File:Padiglione Comando, sala degli stemmi 06.JPG and a group of chairs not considered artwork File:Alloggio Ufficiali, sala lettura 05.JPG. This is the difference. These objects are considered non-creative: File:Alloggio Ufficiali, orologio 24h universale, emisfero boreale.JPG, File:Alloggio Ufficiali, sala lettura 06 lucernario in vetro di murano.JPG. I hope I have shown examples that help your understanding. :) Raoli ✉ (talk) 17:16, 3 December 2012 (UTC)
Maybe you could expand COM:TOO#Italy and Utilitarian objects protected by copyright with some examples. :) --Stefan4 (talk) 17:18, 3 December 2012 (UTC)
Raoli, il design tienilo da parte, è un'altra discussione. Sono oggetti d'arte, ma in quanto utilitari e riproducibili si possono fotografare. Guardati la lunga discussione su questa libreria qui e nelle pagine lì linkate. --Sailko (talk) 14:02, 7 December 2012 (UTC)
Si ok se però mi aiuti a mettere da parte le immagini che sono di design. :) Non ricordo più quali sono... Raoli ✉ (talk) 16:18, 7 December 2012 (UTC)
Ti avverto che comunque quella discussione non tiene conto del diritto d'autore italiano e lo stesso Carl Lindberg si basa sul diritto statunitense, non italiano. Si applicano in questo caso secondo il diritto internazionale sia la "lex loci originis" cioè il diritto del paese in qui è situata l'opera (quindi la titolarità, l'esistenza e la durata del diritto) e la "lex loci protectionis" cioè il diritto legato alla protezione prevista in caso di violazione nel paese dove l'opera è sita (quindi l'esercizio del diritto). Comunque se vai nella discussione su Pedia sto per aggiungere le sentenze inviatemi dall'avvocato. Una delle tante fa anche per questo caso. Raoli ✉ (talk) 16:27, 7 December 2012 (UTC)

Files in Category:Scuola di Guerra Aerea (Florence) - Alloggio UfficialiEdit

Files in Category:Scuola di Guerra Aerea (Florence) - Palazzina di ComandoEdit

Files in Category:Palazzo INAIL (Prato)Edit

Files in Category:Stadio Porta ElisaEdit

Files in Category:Santa Maria Assunta (Montecatini Terme)Edit

Files in Category:San Domenico (Cagliari)Edit

Files in Category:Stadio Olimpico (Turin)Edit

Sorry, but this building renovated in 2006 by "Giovanni Cenna Architetto e Arteco" is too recent and Italy has no FOP exemption (for exterior and interior).

  Delete per Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome).

Files of Carlo SavonuzziEdit

Files of Mario RidolfiEdit

Sorry, but these buildings of Mario Ridolfi (died 11 November 1984) are too recent and Italy has no FOP exemption.

  Delete per Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome).

File:Politeama poggibonsi.jpgEdit

Sorry, but these buildings of Adolfo Natalini (living person) are too recent and Italy has no FOP exemption.

  Delete per Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome).

Files of Angiolo MazzoniEdit

Sorry, but these buildings of Angiolo Mazzoni (died 28 September 1979) are too recent and Italy has no FOP exemption.

  Delete per Commons:Deletion requests/Files in Category:Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome).

Files in Category:Montecatini Terme-Monsummano train stationEdit

Files in Category:Centrale Termica of SMN train station in FlorenceEdit

Files in Category:Bolzano train stationEdit

Files in Category:Palazzo delle Poste (Grosseto)Edit

Files in Category:Palazzo delle poste (Massa)Edit

Files in Category:Colonia Rosa Maltoni MussoliniEdit

Files in Category:Roma Termini train stationEdit

with Eugenio Montuori (died in 1982) and Annibale Vitellozzi (died in 1990)